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Any chapters to skip for this exam?

 
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Hi, I have JPA Pro 2 second edition.
Which chapters to skip ?
I heard a rancher said only chapter 1 -13 are important. Chapter 14, 15 are not necessary.
 
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Hi,
I read another rancher's post.
It says packaging and deployment is not in the exam objective.
I assume chapter 14  packaging and deployment of JPA Pro 2 (2nd edition) can be skipped for exam purpose.

I assume chapter 15 testing can be skipped as it is not in the objective.

I am still not sure if we can skip chapter 11 advanced queries. (One rancher said we can skip this chapter).
 
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